Work in progress at the Carrington Street Car Park development in Mayfair, London W1.

Work in progress at the Carrington Street Car Park development in Mayfair, London W1.

22.03.2021
McGee on site at Carrington Street Car Park. View to the development from Carrington Street.

McGee on site at Carrington Street Car Park. View to the development from Carrington Street.

22.03.2021
View to Carrington Street car park from Shepherd Street in Mayfair, London W1.

View to Carrington Street car park from Shepherd Street in Mayfair, London W1.

November 2019
Carrington Street development - Draft vision of the western block east facade by AHMM; screen capture from the Design and Access document at westminster.gov.uk.

Carrington Street development - Draft vision of the western block east facade by AHMM; screen capture from the Design and Access document at westminster.gov.uk.

25.09.2017

Carrington Street

Address:
Carrington Street, London W1J 7AF
Area:
Mayfair
Local Authority:
Westminster
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
Forthcoming
Flats:
30
Retails:
1
Viewed:
5694

Description of Carrington Street

Carrington Street development on the 0.31ha site of the former NCP car park at Carrington Street, 51-53 Brick Street And 1-6 Yarmouth Place in Mayfair, London W1.

The development will comprise up to 30 apartments, a gym, art gallery, retail and restaurant space.

Location
The site is located ca 50m to the north from Piccadilly.

History

2019 December - McGee is on site until October 2020.
2017 - Westminster Council decides to grant planning permission for the application submitted in November 2016.
2016 - Planning application submitted in November 2016 for:
Demolition of existing buildings on site and redevelopment to provide up to 30 residential units (Class C3), office floorspace (Class B1), gymnasium (Class D2), retail art gallery (Class A1), restaurant (Class A3) and retail (Class A1) floorspace; creation of a new pedestrian link through the site between Yarmouth Place and Carrington Street; erection of buildings either side of the new pedestrian link between 4 and 8 storeys in height; excavation to create additional basement accommodation; provision of on-site car parking, cycle parking and delivery bay on Yarmouth Place; new landscaping including improvement works to Yarmouth Place; associated alterations. Westminster City Council ref no 16/11248/FULL.

Neighbouring Buildings
- Carrington House
- 100 Piccadilly
- 101-104 Piccadilly
- 105 Piccadilly
- 106 Piccadilly

References:
1. Westminster City Council westminster.gov.uk

Connected Companies

Developer:
Demolition Contractor:

Transport

The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Green Park Underground Station
Jubilee, Piccadilly, Victoria
Old Park Lane / Hard Rock Cafe
14, 19, 38, N19, N38, 22, 6, 9, N22, N9, N97

News: (2)

McGee has been appointed for the second phase of works on the redevelopment of Mayfair’s oldest car park on Carrington Street.

After successfully completing the decontamination and demolition of the existing NCP car park ahead of schedule, McGee has subsequently been appointed to deliver the piling, enabling and 30,000m3 bulk excavation works to create the new basement space. This package of works also includes a 7-storey concrete core, upper and lower ground floor slabs.

The new development will offer up to 30 apartments, a gym, art gallery, retail and restaurant space. McGee is working alongside AKT II for its client, Motcomb Estates Limited.

Seb Fossey, Group Managing Director, commented: “We have been working with the client and their professional team since design stage two to develop our delivery methodology in line with the design proposals. In doing so, it’s configured to provide the most efficient delivery solution that helps to mitigate project risks. I am delighted that we have the opportunity to continue this relationship through this next delivery phase.”

16/03/2021 11:42 by Buildington

Forthcoming development in Mayfair, on the site of the former NCP car park on Carrington Street - new on Buildington!

25/09/2017 09:46 by Buildington

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